- When: 05 Nov 2020
- Event type: Conference
We are delighted to invite you to the next edition of the REHVA Brussels Summit held on 3-6 November 2020. The REHVA Brussels Summit is an excellent opportunity to share best-practices and latest trends among REHVA Members, REHVA Supporters and stakeholders working in the fields of buildings and indoor environment quality.
Due to the pandemic situation all REHVA standing committee meetings will happen online on 3-4 November, prior to the Conference. The Member Associations plenary meeting is scheduled on Friday 6 November from 14.00 till 15.30. These meetings are open to REHVA members and supporters only.
Download the schedule of the week here:
The 2020 edition of its Brussels Summit conference must also go online with an adapted structure. The event will consist of two 2-hours sessions. A technical seminar on COVID-19 aftermath will discuss solutions in the HVAC and building sector that faces the unprecedented challenge of the current pandemic with a focus on practical implementation. The following EU policy conference will focus on the Renovation wave tackling key issues in our sector: how EU policies support good quality energy renovation that delivers guaranteed performances also in terms of improved indoor climate quality. We aim to bring together high-level representatives of EU institution and leading representatives of think thanks and NGOs, from the “practitioners” side.
The impact of COVID-19 is still present in our everyday lives. But what impact has it on the HVAC sector and building operations?
Experienced speakers will expand on research, good practices and innovations that emerged from this crisis:
The need for healthy buildings in Europe is a priority, now more than ever and the Renovation wave is a major opportunity to answer this call.
The Policy Conference will bring together high-level representatives from EU institution, think thanks and NGOs, from the “practitioners” side who play a crucial role in its successful implementation.
Join our speakers to learn how EU policies can support good quality energy renovation that delivers improved building performance including indoor climate quality.